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Year Book : Year Book 2011
136 PANPA 2011 Year Book PANPA 2011 DIRECTORY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION & PACIFIC AREA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION NPA & PANPA Level 4, 69-71 Edward St Pyrmont NSW 2009 P: +61 8338 6300 F: +61 2 8338 6311 W; www.panpa.org.au E: email@example.com THE EXECUTIVE Chief Executive: Mark Hollands Editorial / Communicatons: Nick Evershed, Rebecca Lever Business Development: Samantha Gibbens-Cager Accounts: Lucy Tan SERVICES We connect industry profession- als through conferences, roadshows and awards, providing opportunities to share knowledge for the better- ment of the industry. This includes putting suppliers and buyers to- gether in co-operative and mutually bene cial environments. The asso- ciation also represents the industry at government level and provides daily, weekly and bi-monthly com- munications to members through its website, weekly newsletter and bi-monthly tabloid newspaper. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL ADVERTISERS Suite 2, Level 5 99 Elizabeth Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia P: (61 2) 9221 8088 F: (61 2) 9221 8077 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.aana.com.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive Director: Collin Segelov SERVICES As the champion of commercial communications in Australia, rep- resenting around 85% of an annual marcomms spend exceeding $30b in 2007, AANA has a broad base of advertising, marketing and media company membership. As the Australian arm of the World Federation of Advertising, the asso- ciation's aims include promoting and protecting freedom of commer- cial speech, and maximising marketing communication e ective- ness and e ciency. ASIA PACIFIC JOURNALISM CENTRE 90 Amess Street Carlton North Victoria 3054 P: (03) 9387 9740 F: (03) 9387 9750 E: email@example.com SERVICES In setting up the APJC, the directors wanted to provide an e ective way for news media, the foundation sector, individual journalists and others to support the development of journalism in the region. Underlying assumptions are that journalism in established societies is well placed to help international colleagues seeking professional help, that there are professional bene ts to be gained from such engagement, and that programs to strengthen journalism bring ben- e ts to broader communities and to the region generally. The APJC is an independent, not- for-pro t organisation, registered with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission. Estab- lished in May 2003, it has its o ces in Melbourne. AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS ABC AUSTRALIA Level 8, 15 Blue Street North Sydney, NSW 2060 Australia P: (61 2) 9954 9800 F: (61 2) 9956 8220 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.auditbureau.org.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE CEO: Paul Dovas SERVICES The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), founded in 1932 and gov- erned by a tripartite group of publisher, advertiser and advertising agency members, is a non-pro t industry organisation created to ensure independent veri cation of paid circulation. AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS, NEW ZEALAND ABC NEW ZEALAND New Zealand Audit Bureau of Circulations PO Box 1066 Wellington New Zealand P: (64 4) 473 4405 F: (64 4) 471 0987 E: email@example.com W: www.abc.org.nz SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive o cer: Julie Sandom SERVICES The New Zealand Audit Bureau of Circulations was established in 1966 by newspapers, advertisers and advertising agencies as a co-operative body to provide ac- curate and up-to-date circulation gures. AUSTRALIAN PRESS COUNCIL Suite 10.02, 117 York Street Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia P: (61 2) 9261 1930 F: (61 2) 9267 6826 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.presscouncil.org.au SENIOR EXECUTIVE Executive Secretary: Jack Herman SERVICES The Australian Press Council is the self-regulatory body of the print media. It was established in 1976 with two main aims: to help pre- serve the traditional freedom of the press within Australia and to ensure that the free press acts responsibly and ethically. Therefore, it serves as a forum to which anyone may take a complaint concerning the press. CIRCULATIONS AUDIT BOARD Level 8, 15 Blue Street North Sydney, NSW 2060 P: (61 2) 9954 9800 F: (61 2) 9956 8220 E: email@example.com W: www.auditbureau.org.au EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT Executive Director: Paul Dovas Newspaper Publishers' Association NPA ASSOCIATIONS
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